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You have to have some savings even while digging yourself out of debt. If you don't, and a crisis comes up, you'll end up just going further into debt.
Facebook, Google and Twitter on Tuesday sought to defend themselves against accusations from Republican lawmakers that the tech giants censor conservative news and views during a congressional hearing that devolved into a political sniping match.
A mother saw something truly horrific play out on her daughter's online game.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell expressed optimism wages would soon increase for U.S. workers.
Facebook’s AI researchers will learn “how the world works by observation, like young children do in the first few months of life.”
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The NAACP today lifted its nine-month travel advisory against American Airlines, after determining that the company has made progress in addressing concerns of mistreatment of black passengers.
Netflix subscriber growth slowed in the second quarter, touching off fears that it might not be able to head off new rivals.
The Goldman CEO announced his retirement effective Sept. 30.
A real-time happiness-monitoring app found that fans' unhappiness after a loss outweighed their happiness after a win by a factor of two
Analysts and investors say Elon Musk's latest outburst distracted from his company and "crossed a line."
As Prime Day catches on — and brings in billions — workers are finding ways to hit Amazon where it hurts.
The suspensions come after 12 Russian intelligence officers were charged with conspiring to hack Democrats during the 2016 presidential election.
Roku, which leads Google, Amazon and Apple in streaming media devices, sets its sights on the audio world.
The message came hours before Trump’s meeting with the Russian president in Helsinki.
Hudson's Bay blames poor performance.
There were 9,000 Blockbuster video stores in 2004. As of Monday, there is a single one left in United States.
Citing the prevalence of allergies, the low-cost carrier will no longer offer peanuts as in-flight snacks.
Should young adults take summer earnings and invest for retirement or use the money for college?
With 'Who Is America?' Sacha Baron Cohen is once again attempting to pull the veil off American hypocrisy. His critics say he's plenty guilty himself.
When the original manufacturer stopped making the part, the military paid dearly for replacements. But now it can rely on 3-D printing for the part, a $300 option.
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